The monthly meeting of the above, held this afternoon, was attended by Messrs Solomon (chairman), Haynes, Fagan, Carroll Chisholm, and Isaac. Accounts amounting to LllO 3s4dwert passed for payment. The Secretary reported that an inmate of the Institution—Thomas Wilson—had died of dropsy. The cost-book, which was laid on the table, showed the expenditure for the month of April to have been L 225 18s 7d. There were 186 inmates, costing per head 5s 8d for the month.
It was decided to severely caution an inmate of the Institution on account of disorderly behaviour, Mr Carroll remarking that the woman had spoken to him in a moat insulting manner. The Chairman mentioned, in reference to the correspondence which had taken place between the Mayor of Caver&ham and himself regarding cases requiring charitable aid, that the town clerk had forwarded a letter to the effect that the whole matter would be dealt with by the Committee appointed to deal with the question. The usual number of relief cases wen dealt with.
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BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES., Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES. Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
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